Yes, if the quantity of "regular decision" students who submitted GMAT scores is equal to zero, then the numbers behind the figures in the "Total" column would be equal to the numbers behind the "Early Decision" column.Columbia Financial Economics just released the profile of their first incoming class. I applaud their efforts to put info online quickly.
I find their choice of percentage instead of absolute score (both the GMAT/GRE section) interesting and their calculation of the Total GMAT column incorrect (you can't calculate Total column when there is N/A for the Regular Decision column).
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Of course, they don't specify whether the displayed test scores reflect the entire applicant pool, or just the admitted candidates...